Hi, I wonder which one I should write. (I'm telling people about the registration process) 1. For regisration, please fill out the forms first, and then fax it back to the office. 2. To register, please fill out the forms first, and then fax it back to the office. I think 2 is wrong. It sounds so odd to me. We don't say that, do we? We cannot begin a sentence with to, unless it's: To be eligible for voting, you must be at least 18 year old. Right? Please explain and comment. Thanks!